Forsyth Road exit ramp widening at Point Cook

We’re widening the Forsyth Road exit ramps in Point Cook with a $2.9 million project to make it safer and relieve traffic congestion.

Project update - January 2017

Construction is underway and the project is due to be completed by mid 2017.

We'll continue to keep the community up to date with the progress of the project, and will let you know about any planned works that may cause disruptions or delays.

Project Background 

There are currently heavy traffic volumes using the Forsyth Road exit ramp to travel to the Hoppers Crossing and Point Cook areas.

This often results in significant traffic congestion and long queues on the exit ramp, particularly during the afternoon peaks. Vehicles regularly spill over onto the Princes Freeway, causing a hazard and increasing the risk of rear-end collisions, both on the freeway and the exit ramp.

Widening the exit ramp will increase safety for all motorists and reduce the amount of time drivers spend stuck in traffic.

Project details

The Forsyth Road exit ramp widening, Point Cook will include: 

  • widening the exit ramp from one to two lanes 
  • extending the left turn lane into Boardwalk Boulevard by 200 metres

Contact us 

For more information on this project, please get in touch.

Email: [email protected] 

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